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Just when you thought the Olympics couldn't get any better .....
Along came the Paralympians ... even more inspirational and even more unbelievable.
The Weir-wolf of Richmond Park!!!
Double Gold - FCC GCSE results.
Two massive improvements. terrific. Read all about it.....
The Guardian Blog
The local press
A level results day at FCC!
The Guardian newspaper
Wow ! What an amazing experience.
Once in a lifetime....
Inspiring a generation .....
Making us all feel proud and part of something good
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The British Women's Olympics
First Rowing gold for British women .... but the first of many more.
Mo Farah went to Feltham Community College. We cheered until we were red in the face
See it all here
The Olympics are here!
Terrific opening ceremony.
But goodness knows what the world thinks of us!!
River Thames Pageant
Great time lapse of all the boats
We bought a boat!
18ft Birchwood Continental.
We will call it 'Two won one II'
Arrived on Wednesday
Go to my boat page
Went to see: Our Country's Good
by Timberlake Wertenbaker
Original Theatre Company
at the Rose Theatre, Kingston
Australia. 1788. A British ship arrives with a cargo of soldiers and convicts transported abroad for their country’s good.
As the soldiers struggle to impose order on the outcasts of the old society, a benevolent governor seizes on the notion of a play. In the shadow of the gallows and the gum tree, the convicts gather under the direction of 2nd Lieutenant Ralph Clarke and rehearsals begin for The Recruiting Officer.
Based on real events, Timberlake Wertenbaker’s Olivier award-winning modern classic is an inspiring tale of the transforming power of theatre.
'Really really good.'
Who's plundering my pension?
Got to work until I am 66 .... if I ever make it.
Going to pay more.
Going to receive less.
And all the younger teachers have it far far worse ...
Great to know, though, that our sacrifice will help restore the economy and get Britain back on its feet! Always knew teaching was more about giving than taking.
Yo ho ho ......